I don’t know about you, but we’ve been having a pretty Incredible month-long Halloween. Disney-Pixar’s The Incredibles 2 is now available for digital download and will be available on DVD/Blu-Ray on November 6th. One of my favorite things about Halloween is seeing all of the kids dressed up and I have a feeling this year there will be quite a few Incredible costumes. In fact, if you keep scrolling, you’ll get to see me as Edna!
Trick or Treat bags for our friends at school is a tradition for us. This year is no different, we’re sharing some Incredibl-y cool goodies with our friends. Check out just some of the ideas, stickers, pencils, PEZ, healthy snack options and of course, some candies.
Who’s your favorite Incredible character? With the first movie, I liked Violet best. But with the Incredibles 2, I have to say Edna stole the show! I loved her, she cracked me up. If you haven’t seen it yet, you’ll get it when you do. Check me out as Edna just below, “Dahhling!”
Here are just some of the Bonus material you can expect from Disney-Pixar’s Incredibles 2:
All-New “Auntie Edna” Mini-Movie - When Bob Parr visits super-suit designer Edna Mode looking for help with his high-energy toddler Jack-Jack, Edna pulls an all nighter designing a suit to harness the baby’s seemingly limitless powers.
10 Deleted Scenes With Introductions - Suburban Escape, Kari Revisited, Return of the Supers, Chewed Out, Late Audition, Slow Day, Frozone and Honey, Restaurant Robbery, Fashion Show and Security Breakdown.
Super Stuff - From buildings and vehicles to costumes and props, every action movie requires a lot of really cool stuff. Meet the makers and learn what it takes to design and build such a uniquely incredible world.
Heroes & Villains – A collection of mini-docs about the backstory and major design ideas behind the “Incredibles 2” characters — featuring voice actors, director Brad Bird, and Pixar artists talking about the many elements that make these characters feel real.
SuperBaby – A documentary/hip hop music video hybrid hosted by Frankie and Paige from Disney Channel’s Bizaardvark. This piece explores how Jack-Jack came to life onscreen — from design to special effects to animation — all set to a hot beat.
And my personal favorite, the Disney-Pixar short movie, “Bao” Try not to cry, I dare you.
Theatrical Short: “Bao” - An aging Chinese mom suffering from empty nest syndrome gets another chance at motherhood when one of her dumplings springs to life as a lively, giggly dumpling boy